Election Day 2010: Complete Unofficial Poll Results from Westwood
A roundup of unofficial results for political races and ballot questions from Tuesday's election...
Expectations for voter turnout in Westwood for Tuesday's elections were high, with thoughts that it would reach over 70 percent.
Westwood voters, in turn, brought their support in full on Tuesday, when turnout reached Voter turnout in Westwood reached 71 percent.
"Voter turnout was great," Westwood Town Clerk Dottie Powers said Tuesday night. "It was pretty steady all day. We had 71 percent come out. It would be nice to have this amount of interest on a local election. Everything went very smoothly; there were very little issues."
Unofficial results were in by 10 p.m. Tuesday. A handful of ballots that came from residents overseas were still being counted, Powers said.
Below are the complete unofficial poll results from Westwood, according to Westwood Town Hall. For complete unofficial results by precinct, click here.
Stay tuned to Westwood Patch as official results are released.
Governor and Lieutenant Governor
|Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Democratic: Deval L. Patrick and Timothy P. Murray ||2,937||40.22%|
|Republican: Charles D. Baker and Ricahrd R. Tisei||
|Independent: Tim Cahil and Paul Loscocco||
|Green-Rainbow: Jill Stein and Richard P. Purcell||45||0.62%|
|Attorney General||Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Democratic: Martha Coakley||4,004||54.83%||X|
|Republican: James P. McKenna||3,122||42.76%|
|Secretary of State||Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Democratic: William F. Galvin||4,183||57.29%||X|
|Republican: William C. Campbell||2,675||36.63%|
|Unenrolled: James D. Henderson||105||1.44%|
|Treasurer||Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Democratic: Steven Grossman||3,342||45.77%|
|Republican: Karyn E. Polito||3,596||49.25%||X|
|Auditor||Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Democratic: Suzanne M. Bump||2,357||32.38%|
|Republican: Mary Z. Connaughton||4,035||55.26%||X|
|Green-Rainbow: Nathaniel Alexander Fortune||240||3.29%|
|Representative in Congress - 9th District||Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Democratic: Stephen F. Lynch||3,687||50.49%||X|
|Republican: Vernon M. Harrison||2,192||30.02%|
|Independent: Philip Dunkelbarger||1,124||15.39%|
Senator in General Court - Suffolk & Norfolk District
|Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Democratic: Michael F. Rush||3,176||43.39%|
|Republican: Brad Williams||3,384||46.34%||X|
|District Attorney - Norfolk District||Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Democratic: Michael W. Morrisey||2,860||39.17%|
|Independent: John F. Coffey||3,496||47.88%||X|
|Councillor - 2nd District||Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Democratic: Kelly A. Timilty||3,231||44.25%||X|
|Republican: Steven M. Glovsky||2,955||40.47%|
|Unenrolled: Richard Mitchell||273||3.74%|
|Representative in General Court - 11th Norfolk District||Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Democratic: Paul McMurtry||4,399||60.24%||X|
|Sheriff - Norfolk County||Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Democratic: Michael G. Bellotti||3,596||49.25%||X|
|Republican: William J. Farretta||2,868||39.28%|
|County Commissioner - Norfolk County||Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Democratic: Peter H. Collins||3,986||54.59%||X|
|Regional Vocational School Committee - Blue Hills (4 Years), Avon||Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Francis J. Fistori||3,932||53.85%||X|
|Regional Vocational School Committee - Blue Hills (4 Years), Braintree||Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Germano John Silveira||2,046||28.02%||X|
|Eric C. Erskine||1,564||21.42%|
|Regional Vocational School Committee - Blue Hills (4 Years), Canton||Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Aidan G. MacGuire, Jr.||3,635||49.78%||X|
|Regional Vocational School Committee - Blue Hills (4 Years), Dedham||Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Joseph A. Pascarella||3,712||50.84%||X|
Here's a roundup of the unofficial poll results for Ballot Questions 1 through 4. For a breakdown of the questions, click here.
|Ballot Question #1||Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Ballot Question #2||Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Ballot Question #3||Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|
|Ballot Question #4||Vote Count||Vote Percent||Winner|